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Apply to Pace University through Kaplan

  • Step 1
    Application details
  • Step 2
    Education history and test scores
  • Step 3
    Visa and contact information
  • Step 4
    Additional information and declaration

Pace University Application Form

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Application details

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About your application

Agent's contact details
After entering your contact details below, the rest of the application form is related to the student. Agents must answer on the applicant's behalf. However, only the applicant can sign the student declaration in Step 4.







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Student's personal information








Please note: we cannot assist with applications from green card holders or others who can study in the USA without a visa. If you fit into one of these profiles, do not continue with this international student application form. You will need to make your application through the University's domestic admissions department.




We are unable to process the applications of US permanent residents. Please do not continue with this international student form. US permanent residents should make their application through the University's domestic admissions department.


Application details

Please note that we cannot assist with doctorate (third degree) applications.

If you need to improve your English before a degree, choose the Global Pathways program. If you have advanced English proficiency, you may be able to enter a degree directly.

If you need to improve your English before a degree, choose the Global Pathways program. If you have advanced English proficiency, you may be able to enter a degree directly.


Next, specify the degree you want to study at Pace. Please give the exact name, as listed in our degree finder.


Check http://pace.smartcatalogiq.com to find out if a concentration is required for your preferred degree program

Note: not all degrees are available at both campuses. Check the degree finder or pages 54-59 of the Pace International Pathways Guide for campus choice.

Education history and test scores

Education History

Please list all secondary schools, colleges and universities you have attended, including summer schools and other programs. Universities may not accept university coursework that is not disclosed on this application. Additionally, failure to disclose prior university attendance in this application may lead to your dismissal from a pathway program and / or the University.


You can upload copies of your academic certificates and transcripts in the Upload Documents section at the end of the form.



What is the highest academic qualification you've received or are currently studying for?











Recommender #1
Please give details of the person who will provide a Letter of Recommendation: this is usually a teacher, counsellor or employer who knows you well and can attest to your academic / professional potential and personal characteristics.




Use your recommender's institutional or corporate email address. Submissions from anonymous email addresses (Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo) may be subject to additional review.

Recommender #2
Please give details of the person who will provide a Letter of Recommendation: this is usually a teacher, counsellor or employer who knows you well and can attest to your academic / professional potential and personal characteristics.




Use your recommender's institutional or corporate email address. Submissions from anonymous email addresses (Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo) may be subject to additional review.

English language tests
You can upload copies of your English test results in the Upload Documents section at the end of the form.
Citizens from the following countries are waived from the English test requirement: Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Australia, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, British Virgin Islands, Canada, Cayman Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Ireland, Jamaica, Montserrat, New Zealand, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands, United Kingdom.
Instead of an English test score, undergraduate applicants may meet English proficiency requirements by submitting any of the following:
  •  Proof of Citizenship and secondary school graduation from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Ireland, Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, or Turks and Caicos Islands
  •  Qualifying SAT or ACT score
  •  IB English A1/A2 or B1/B2 result
  •  AP English exam with a score of 4 or above


Test date should be no earlier than 2 years before your intended start date







Test date should be no earlier than 2 years before your intended start date





Academic admission tests
You can upload copies of your admission test results in the Upload Documents section at the end of the form.

For Fall 2020 no GMAT/GRE is required for admission. 


For Spring 2021 onwards, GMAT or GRE scores are required for admission to some graduate pathway and master's programs. See academic entry requirements in the Pace brochure.


SAT and ACT test scores are not required, but undergraduate applicants have the option to submit a score if they have taken either test.





Visa and contact information

US studies and visas

There are details we need to know to be able to process your application. These details are always required by the US Government and often by the university too.


Please note: we cannot assist with applications from US nationals, green card holders or others who can study in the USA without a visa. If you fit into one of these profiles, you will need to make your application through the University's domestic admissions department.


To apply for a student visa, you will be required to show proof of funds to cover tuition, university fees, housing and meal costs for a full year of study.
Kaplan Pathways does not offer full scholarships, and cannot process your application without proof of funding.







Student's contact details



Include the international dial code or tell us your US contact number, if you have one

Please enter this in numbers only and include the international dial code








Immigration document information (must be sent to student or next of kin)










Parent/Legal Guardian details






Parent/Legal Guardian Details






Additional information and declaration

Disclosure of information
Answering yes to either of the following two questions does not automatically bar you from admission at Pace University.


Give the approximate date of each incident and explain the circumstances. Please upload a document with further information, if you need more space.


Give the approximate date of each incident and explain the circumstances. Please upload a document with further information, if you need more space.
Complete Application Checklist
Please note, your application will only be submitted to the university when all the documentation is complete. If there are any documents outstanding, your advisor will be in touch following your submission of this form.


You should answer the following questions in your personal statement:

  • Why do you want to study at Pace?
  • What is your chosen major and plans for the future?
  • What makes you stand out?
  • Do you play an instrument or a sport?
  • Have you been part of a club or volunteer group in school?
  • Do you have work experience?

You should answer the following questions in your personal statement:

  • What is your motivation for applying?
  • What are your expectations, outcomes, and goals for the Pace master's program?
  • What are your professional/academic experiences and accomplishments related to the degree?
Upload documents
If you don't have your documents available now, you will be given an opportunity to email them to an advisor later. Please note, your application will only be submitted to the university when all the documentation is complete.

You can now upload documents to support your application. These may include:


  • ‭Official transcripts and certificates from all secondary school and post-secondary institutions attended, ‭translated into English if necessary
  • English test score
  • GMAT/GRE score, if required (master's applicants only)
  • SAT/ACT score, if available (bachelor's applicants only)
  • Copy of passport photo page
  • Copy of visa, if you are currently studying or working in the USA
  • Bank statement, letter of sponsorship or financial support, or details of your scholarship
  • CV/résumé
  • Personal statement/essay (500 words)
  • Letters of recommendation from professors and/or employers

You should answer the following questions in your personal statement:

  • Why do you want to study at Pace?
  • What is your chosen major and plans for the future?
  • What makes you stand out?
  • Do you play an instrument or a sport?
  • Have you been part of a club or volunteer group in school?
  • Do you have work experience?

You should answer the following questions in your personal statement:

  • What is your motivation for applying?
  • What are your expectations, outcomes, and goals for the Pace master's program?
  • What are your professional/academic experiences and accomplishments related to the degree?

Additional information


You are not required to book at this stage. Choose "Yes" to receive information about housing options with your acceptance package.
Please see our housing section for further details.

A copy of this application will be sent to the agent's email address entered at the start of the form. If you would like a copy sent to another email address, please enter the email here.
Declaration and agreement
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To find out more about how we handle private information, please see our privacy policy.
Only the student can sign the declaration below.